South Sound, Salem & Vancouver CUs: Host a Town Hall

Last month, NWCUA President and CEO Troy Stang challenged credit union professionals to think big when looking to 2017 and beyond. A critical tactical piece of that strategy is the Town Hall, and Stang looks forward to going on the road in 2017.

Local Town Halls are already scheduled for many areas across the three state Northwest region. However, a few dates remain available in the South Sound area and Vancouver, Washington, as well as in Salem, Oregon. Your Association is currently looking for passionate credit union advocates in these regions to raise their hand to host a Town Hall.

“The Northwest Credit Union Movement is stronger when we come together and plot a path forward collaboratively, and Town Halls are a great forum to do so,” said Stang. “Together as we reach to expand the connectivity and influence of Northwest credit unions, the engagement roadmap starts here.”

Along with acting as key networking opportunities, Town Halls give CEOs a chance to engage with Your Association’s senior leadership team about Association and industry developments while sharing thoughts and ideas on new programs available to member credit unions.

Town Hall attendance is complimentary for CEOs of Association member credit unions. To learn more or to volunteer to host a Town Hall, contact Dana Easterling at

Questions about this story? Contact Eric Horvath: 503.350.2222,

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